Is it God the Father or His Son, Jehovah?
The scriptures seem to imply that Moses is speaking to God the Father:
6 And I have a work for thee, Moses, my son; and thou art in the asimilitude of mine bOnly cBegotten; and mine Only Begotten is and shall be the dSavior, for he is full of egrace and ftruth; but there is gno God beside me, and all things are present with me, for I hknow them all.
In addition, we have the following:
32 And by the aword
of my power, have I created them, which is mine Only Begotten Son, who is full of bgrace
33 And aworlds
without number have I bcreated
; and I also created them for mine own purpose; and by the cSon
them, which is mine eOnly
It would seem awfully strange for the Son to refer to himself in the third person.
On the other hand, we are led to believe that Jehovah (the Son) is the god of the Old Testament. We also know that God the Father and his Son are the same in purpose. Is it possible Jehovah was referring to Himself, speaking with his Father’s voice, and that Jehovah appears to Moses in Moses 1?
I found some interesting links on this issue that may be worth reading before commenting on this issue.